The video is a CEREC case study using Copy & Mirror workflow for a single central veneer. The primary objective for this case is to brighten the tooth value using a conservative veneer to match the adjacent central. Treating a single center is the ultimate aesthetic opportunity. This video will discuss preparation, ceramic choices, and cementation strategies.
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 12/28/2020 - 8:35pm
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 10/01/2020 - 9:53pm
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 06/07/2020 - 10:29pm
The Articulation feature in the CEREC software is designed to identify and remove the lateral excursive interferences of occlusion by setting the posterior articulating determinants and recognizing anterior guidance. This video will demonstrate 3 case reviews using the Functionally Generated Path for micro-occlusion virtual control.
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 04/26/2020 - 12:17pm
This lesson will walk through a single central workflow using the Primescan, e.max, and MiYO brush-on ceramic. The principles are applicable to Omnicam users.
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 04/05/2020 - 12:12pm
The Anterior BioCopy/BioJaw Software Workflow series has been posted in the CE section of this website for 1.0 unit of online CE.
The Klim Institute is a PACE certified educational service. In most states, the viewer can gain up to 50% of license renewal with online certified education (check your regional or state board to verify). This site will continue the process of providing new online CE lessons to expand our current CE portfolio.
This lesson will walk through an anterior case review using the BioJaw anterior CEREC software and e.max ceramic shade selection workflow. Credit Hours: 1.0 (PACE AGD Subject code 780)
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 10/20/2019 - 9:30pm
This video documents my very first imaging step to achieve predictable occlusion with our milled restorations and avoiding high occlusion (technique applicable to Omnicam and Primescan users). As a dental clinician, I am so grateful for digital technology and excited about what the Primescan by Dentsply Sirona will provide in accuracy and ease of imaging.
- Taking a predicable bite registration (PDL bite compression bite)
- Quadrant scanning stategies
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 10/14/2019 - 2:57pm
When do we, as CAD/CAM clinicians, choose a zirconia material over a lithium disilicate material in our clinical theaters? This CEREC case review video is an overview when making a decision on when to use zirconia and the steps for efficient Primescan Software design.
Materials and applications in this video:
- ZirCAD Multi
- ZirCAD LT
- Zirconia furnace indications (SpeedFire, CS4, Programat S1)
- Posterior Primescan CEREC software design flow (paralleling design flow for Omnicam most recent software)
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 09/29/2019 - 7:57pm
There are several steps when working through the Acquisition Screen that will assure ideally mounted virtual models and save clinical time through the model and design phase screens. This video will walk through the steps I use on a routine basis in my clinical theater for managing my Primescan Acquisition phase. This is the same workflow used for Omnicam last few software versions (4.52 and 4.61).
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 08/08/2019 - 10:53pm
Part one video in BioJaw anterior design series. The way I save time in my anterior design theater is to go into the case preplanned with a wax-up which I now do in inLab, print the model and use the wax-up as a reduction guide and basis for making provisionals when needed. Time-saving comes from certain preparation reduction protocols for the case and then propose and refine with BioJaw, still using a BioCopy component to guide the BioJaw placement. One thing unique to this case review is the strategy used to block out a dark root.
Submitted by James Klim DDS, CADStar Host on 06/27/2019 - 9:17pm
The Manufacture Phase Screen has the same setup features as in the prior CEREC 4.61 screen. Occlusal Offset is the significant factor in this screen and getting it right on to avoid adjusting occlusion on the milled seated restorations. Milling speed and bur size are chosen by material and margin thickness objectives for the case.